Samuel Bolton on the Lord’s Supper as a crucifix of Christ

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The Sacraments they are the crucifixes of Christ, in which Christ is represented as crucified afresh before our eyes: the bread broken doth preach unto us the breaking of Christ: The wine powered forth doth preach unto us the Blood of Christ poured forth for our sins. And who is it that can with the eye of faith, look upon a broken Christ, but with a broken heart? a wounded Christ, but with a wounded spirit? a bleeding Christ but with a bleeding soul? God hath made in nature the same organ for seeing and weeping: And in grace he who sees clearly, weeps thoroughly, Lam. 3.5. The eye will affect the heart. ...

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